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Inject a little history into your science lessons and perform some cool experiments too!
What you’ll get:
- – 2 Short informational texts: One on Benjamin Franklin and one on Franklin’s Glass Armonica
- – 4 Experiments: Bottle Pipes, Lemon Battery, Magnetic Art, and the Thermometer
Before students begin a science project, it’s important to know important vocabulary and understand the process scientists use to design and perform experiments. This resource is a student handout that will give students the important information that they need.
To use again and again, laminate or place inside a sheet / page protector!
You can use this resource as a poster or a handout – the Periodic Table of Elements (with a ‘how to read each element’ visual model).
The table shows all elements through 103 Lr and is color coordinated showing:
– alkali metal
– alkaline earth
– transition metal
– basic metal
– noble gas
Students love entomology! What is that bug? Some may use the term MINI-BEAST. Is it an insect, a spider, a slug? “I found this bug in the woods, but what is it called?” To help answer student questions like these, here is an easy to use PICTORIAL IDENTIFICATION KEY!
on this picture guide: snail, worm, larvae (pupae), slug, beetle, earwig, aphid, weevil, harvestman, spider, woodlouse, centipede and millipede (all common creepy crawlies found in the woods)
Chemical Energy is released when bonds form in a chemical reaction, often producing heat as a by-product (exothermic reaction).
Here are four experiments for students to perform which display chemical energy! Experiments include:
1. Rusty Heat
2. Easy Endothermic Reaction
3. Classic Mentos Geyser
4. Hot Ice
Kinetic energy is energy possessed by an object due to its motion or movement. Potential energy is the stored energy of position possessed by an object. Here are eight experiments for students to perform which display chemical energy! Experiments include:
1. Rube Goldberg Machines
2. Homemade Marble Run
3. Bucket Spin
4. Salad Spinner Art
5. Rubber Band Vehicles
6. Rubber Band Car
7. Flywheel Battery
8. Pendulum of Peril
This form can be used again and again during different Science experiments. Designed for middle through high school grades.
There are sections for students to record…
- – lab title
- – introduction
- – procedure
- – data
- – conclusion
- – reflection
A grading rubric is included!